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NYT's Peter Meehan traversed the countryside to taste what all the major league ballparks have to offer this season. Dodgers Stadium was hit and miss. "They added two worthy vendors: Ruby’s Diner, where I sampled an excellent pair of sliders with beef jus and horseradish, and Canter’s Deli, arguably one of the best Jewish delicatessens in the country. But those spots are only available to holders of expensive field-level tickets; the concession stands in the upper seats were dreary at best. The trademark Dodger Dogs were contemptibly bad (salty, greasy and tepid), and a large cup of Miller Lite was overpriced at $12.25." At Angels Stadium, brisket sandwich from Beach Pit BBQ trumps crappy CPK pizza. [NYT]

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